from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act of lodging.
- n. The state of being lodged.
- n. A place for lodging.
- n. An accumulation or a deposit.
- n. A foothold or beachhead gained by troops in enemy or neutral territory.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An area used for lodging.
- n. The condition of being lodged.
- n. The act of lodging.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of lodging, or the state of being lodged.
- n. A lodging place; a room.
- n. An accumulation or collection of something deposited in a place or remaining at rest.
- n. The occupation and holding of a position, as by a besieging party; an instrument thrown up in a captured position.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of lodging, or the state of being lodged: as, the lodgment of money in a bank; the lodgment of grass or grain by a storm.
- n. A deposit, as of an accumulated mass; a settling: as, the lodgment of mud in a tank.
- n. A place where persons or things are lodged; a lodging.
- n. Milit., a position or foothold gained from and held against an enemy, as by an invading or a besieging army: as, to effect a lodgment on the enemy's coast, or within the enemy's lines.
- n. In mining, same as lodge, 7.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state or quality of being lodged or fixed even temporarily
- n. bringing a charge or accusation against someone
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As to whether his intentions were kindly or cruel, Madden could not determine, but their lodgment was a low kennel-like place, the smallest in the row.
Scotland feed not so high, sleep not so soft, and care not for the magnificence of lodgment, which is proper to their southern neighbours.
It nibbles the walls enclosing it, enlarging its lodgment, which is always entirely filled by its corpulent body.
But you must remember, when you see my poor quarter, that the nobles and knights of Scotland feed not so high, sleep not so soft, and care not for the magnificence of lodgment which is
It had made some kind of lodgment in their heads, and, in that sense, they did know.
He's the one who got me my lodgment on New Gibbon.
More seas smashed and crashed against the for'ard wall of the cabin; and the steward, failing of lodgment, shot back across the carpet, still holding the desk from harm.
And the world was black-gray, and violent, and very cold, with the flying spray freezing to ice in every lodgment.
It was here, in a wild bight, between two black and precipitous walls of rock where even the snow could find no lodgment, that Captain West paused in a casual sweep of his glasses and gazed steadily at one place.
He must have been so saturated with alcohol as to defy the lodgment of germs.